Salford’s development plan is the starting point for determining planning applications.
The city council has also produced a range of other documents that support the implementation of the development plan and which may be material considerations in determining planning applications.
The supplementary planning documents have the greatest weight as they form part of the ‘local development framework’. However, the other documents also have weight as they have been subject to public consultation and adopted by the city council (with the exception of the contaminated land guidance).
The various documents can be broadly split into those that relate to specific parts of the city, and those that relate to particular issues. Some documents have both an area-based and topic-based element to them and so are included in both lists below.
The area-based documents can broadly be split into those that cover parts of the Regional Centre, which is the area of ‘city centre’ type development broadly around Chapel Street and Salford Quays, and those affecting other parts of the city.
If you are unable to view documents of these types, our downloads page provides links to viewing software.
This page was last updated on 25 April 2016